Outstanding food and service. We love the late night happy hour. The menu and the decor changes quarterly..very charming staff.
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We (six adults) had the Sunday evening fried chicken dinner. More than enough, of some of the best fried chicken I have ever eaten, for maybe 7 or 8 folks. Thank goodness for take-home boxes. As always, the service was friendly and attentive.
Looking forward to a low key dinner celebration for my Mom's 91st Birthday and Joe's was recommended. Well it was toooo low key. Nothing at all wrong but all the food I ordered was entirely without seasoning it seems. Grilled salmon with mashed potatoes and a forgettable vegetable. It was comfortable, but nothing special. Might go back for drinks and... More
I recently moved to this part of Seattle and have now been to Endolyne Joes 3 times - once for lunch and twice for breakfast. All three times the service and food was great. It's close to the Vashon ferry line so weekends can be busy. Last time I went we sat at the bar because there was a wait... More
Always fun! Always good! Often crowded. This is a West Seattle favoriate, attracting both locals and visitors. The menu is extensive and well prices. The food consistently good. The special feature is a monthly "theme" where they feature a cuisine from cities around the US and Canada. The decor is changed to celebrate the destination and the menu features special... More
My husband and I and a couple friend of ours went there for lunch and we all loved it. The interior is cozy and festive. Each quarter of the year they change the region that they focus on and feature menu items from that region. Yesterday when we ate there it was Toronto. I ordered one of the Toronto specials... More
I have eaten here several times headed for the ferry. It is not for the impatient nor the person on a budget. It cost me $23 for two pancakes, two pieces of bacon and two eggs, a cup of coffee and a very small apple juice - the juice was $4.00! Seemed expensive. The food is indeed hot and good,... More
Great locals restaurant right near the ferry terminal. There aren't a lot of restaurants in this pocket of town, so it has a bit of a monopoly. Regardless, it has a solid breakfast (prepare to wait) and a creative revolving themed menu. Very ambitious menu.
The Mac'n'Cheese was yummy however the hush puppies were ok but the dipping sauce a bit spicy.l will try to go back to try their Sunday fried chicken family dinner,
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